Warner/Chappell has now issued a statement, which claims no lawsuit has been filed and Radiohead have not demanded all the publishing rights for Del Rey's song "Get Free".
"As Radiohead's music publisher, it's true that we've been in discussions since August of past year with Lana Del Rey's representatives", the spokesperson wrote to Spin.
Radiohead says LDR's "Get Free" sounds far too similar to their 1993 breakout single "Creep". The distinct melody, on the other hand, might be where Radiohead is taking issue - and where Lana might be in some trouble. "Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court", she added. Radiohead's "Pablo Honey" album, which includes the disputed track, now credits Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood (who wrote "The Air That I Breathe") as co-writers of "Creep". "Radiohead agreed that they had actually taken it", Hammond once said.
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If Warner/Chappell's efforts are successful, Mr. Hazlewood and Mr. Hammond would also be credited, alongside the members of Radiohead and the three writers now listed: Rick Nowles, Kieron Menzies and Ms. Del Rey.
The Hollies own the legal battle and Radiohead were ordered to hand over a percentage of royalties and credit the writers.
She said: "I just want to let you know".
She told fans that "regardless of what happens in court", she stood by the song's message of rejecting negativity and embracing a more positive mindset. "Because back in the day they were sued over this song, because this track had a similarity to another track".